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flowing of love into it? Love rushes in, whether the heart will have it or not. How is it that the ancients in all their wisdom never knew this? I cannot reproach my brother any more.

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Strangely enough, it is now the foreign one who suffers most keenly. The antagonism of my mother did not grieve her like this. She is brokenhearted over the carelessness of my father. At first she was angry and spoke coldly of him. She said when she heard what had passed between her husband and his father:
" Was all his friendliness pretence, then? I thought he really liked me. I felt I had a friend in him. What did he mean-oh, what a beast he is, really!"
I was shocked at such open speech concerning an elder and looked at my brother to see what he would say to reprove her. But he stood silent with bowed head, so that I could not see his face. She looked at him, her eyes wide as though in terror, and suddenly without warning, for her manner of speaking had been most cold and detached, she burst into sobbing and ran to him crying :

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"Oh, dearest, let us leave this horrible place!"
I was amazed at her sudden emotion. But my brother received her into his arms and murmured to her. I withdrew myself, therefore, filled with pain for them and with doubt of the future.

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